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Covid-19 and justice for Harry Dunn? (E324)

What’s in a name; Spanish flu had nothing to do with the Spanish; swine flu had nothing to do with pigs; so, is it fair to call Covid-19 the Chinese flu? As we brace ourselves for this pandemic sweeping through communities, we put the name calling to one side and speak with Dr. Margaret Harris, spokesperson for WHO; an organization which has 194 member states all equally represented and with equal votes and, more importantly, an increasingly trusted organization.

Last August, Harry Dunn was riding his motorcycle along the proper side of the road. He was struck by a car being driven on the wrong side of the road and he died forty minutes later. Harry’s parents were told by authorities that no one would ever be held to account for his death. However, they had not reckoned on the tenacity of his parents. Radd Seiger lived a few doors away from Harry.  As a retired lawyer, he approached the family and offered his services. He came into the Sputnik studio to tell us about the latest developments in this tragic death and how the fight still goes on for justice.

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